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EWU beats Villanova

The Eagles down Villanova 41-31, on Friday night in the semifinals of the FCS football playoffs.

Szczur will come at EWU from many angles

Eastern Washington defensive coordinator John Graham has never met Matt Szczur. But just from watching video of Villanova’s all-American wide receiver, kick-return specialist and “Wildcat” quarterback, Graham figures Szczur must be every bit as good a person as he is a football player.

Eastern hosts Villanova’s road warriors for title berth

Villanova coach Andy Talley won’t hazard a guess as to how the national title his team won last fall might impact its chances against No. 1-ranked and fifth-seeded Eastern Washington University (11-2) in tonight’s Football Championship Subdivision playoff semifinal that kicks off at 5:05 at Roos Field. “I would like to think it would help,” Talley said of last year’s impressive title march, which culminated with a 23-21 win over Montana in the championship game. “But to be perfectly candid, it’s hard to know, because last year we had the luxury of sitting at home for our first three playoff games.”

Eastern gears up for offensive fireworks

Villanova has got to be travel weary, but Eastern Washington coach Beau Baldwin is expecting to get the Wildcats' best shot when the two teams lineup Friday in the FCS semifinals at Roos Field.

Matt Szczur a big challenge for EWU defense

Villanova's Matt Szczur caught a 31-yard touchdown pass, threw a 54-yard scoring pass and ran for three more TDs as part of a perfect offensive storm last week in the FCS quarterfinals.

Villanova’s Fisher lit it up in NYC summer league

NEW YORK – Corey Stokes first heard about it from a kid on a Philadelphia playground, who asked whether he was the guy who scored 105 points in a summer-league game. Villanova coach Jay Wright heard about it from reporters while coaching with USA Basketball, then immediately called his school’s compliance department to make sure the game was legit.